Campus Accessibility Points of Contact
|Housing||Gina Vanacore, Director of Housing||940-565-2282||Gina.Vanacore@unt.edu|
|ADA Coordinator||Eve Bell, Office of Equal Opportunityfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Building Access||Helen Bailey, Director, Facilities Management||940-369-7886||Helen.Bailey@unt.edu|
|UNT Employee Reasonable Accommodations||Human Resources||940-565-2281|
|Public Assemblies and Special Events||URCMemail@example.com|
|Student Issues||Katy Washington, Director, Office of Disability Access||940-565-4323||Katy.Washington@unt.edu|
|Telecommunications Equipment Needs||Ken Sedgley, AD Telecommunications||940-565-4299||Kenneth.Sedgley@unt.edu|
|Transportation and Parking Issues||UNT Parking and Transportation||940-565-3020||Parking.Services@unt.edu|
|Health Center (Wheelchair Loaners)||Comedra Daniels, Director of Nursing||940-369-7765||Comedra.Daniels@unt.edu|
Financial Aid Options for Students with Disabilities
On campus, these offices offer a variety of assistance.
- Speak Out UNT mental health awareness and support
- Student Support Services — tutoring, academic counseling and more
- Learning Center — academic skills classes, supplemental instruction, tutoring
- Seeking Options and Solutions (Dean of Students Office) — Don't drop out, go here first!
- Counseling and Testing Services — free counseling
- Psychology Clinic in Terrill Hall
- Career Center
- Student Legal Services
- Student Money Management Center — money management workshops, consultations, online resources, and hardship loan programs.
- UNT Transportation Services
- Substance Use Recovery
The college experience is full of transitions and opportunities. The transitions can be particularly overwhelming for a student choosing to live a life of recovery within a peer culture that glorifies addictive behaviors as a requirement for college living. The University of North Texas Collegiate Recovery Program utilizes existing resources to enhance opportunities for students recovering from substance use disorders, behavioral (process) addictions, and mental health illness, in an effort to keep students connected to their peers while meeting their desired goal of healthy living and academic success. Visit them at http://recovery.unt.edu/
- Denton County MHMR Crisis Line — (800) 762-6233
- United Way of Denton Community Service Referral Line — (940) 566-2688 (This is an excellent resource of community services such as health care, day care, assistance with utility bills, and much more.)
- Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services (Formerly TRC)
- The North Central Texas Aging & Disability Resource Center (ADRC) is a one stop shop for social services for individuals with disabilities. The North Texas ADRC in Denton county can be accessed at 1-877-229-9084.
Possible Sources for Attendant Care
- Gettinghired.com - an internet based portal that connects job seekers with disabilities to committed employers, advocacy organizations and service providers.
- Texas Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services' Division of Blind Services
- Learning Ally (Formerly Reading for the Blind and Dyslexic).
Learning Disabilities and ADD/ADHD
- National Attention Deficit Disorder Association
- Learning Disabilities Association
- National Center for Learning Disabilities
- CHADD: Children and Adults with ADD/ADHD...
Physical and Medical Disabilities
- American Chronic Pain Association
- American Diabetes Association
- Arthritis Foundation
- Brain Injury Association
- Epilepsy Foundation of America
- Lupus Foundation of American
- National Kidney Foundation
- National Multiple Sclerosis Society
- REACH of Denton
- US DOJ ADA
- Able Data
Service/Assistance/Comfort/Emotional Support Animal Access to the Campus: